Nzikazi Wilderness Camp
Travel Blogs from Kruger National Park
... haunches in the bush and a buck passed close by. The leopard had a rounded look to its stomach and didn't pounce on the buck so we assumed it had eaten during the night. Travelling towards our next camp these animals were seen at various spots - troop of baboons including tiny babies, nyala, common duiker, leopard tortoise, shongololo, impala herd, buffalo scratching his head on a tree and kudu crossing a dry ...
... doubt that happens to him often. He knows the lions and has been around them for years, we got awesome videos and pictures of the lions. Them trackers are brave to go into the bush with a sling shot, kinda like david and Goliath. Next day looked for the lions, but they fled into kruger during the night. We did find a old male and a young male leopard, had seen a female traveling alone the day before, The guide said it had been years ...
... One evening, rather than return us to our camp after our night safari, our three jeeps drove us to open dining area in the middle of the bush to have dinner with the other YPO camp. Sparkling blue lights hung from the trees and brass petrol lamps lit each table. It was enchanting. We enjoyed a delicious buffet with a wide variety of game and African dishes (as well as more traditional food for the kids). Our entertainment for the evening was a story teller ...
I'd left it quite late to book accommodation in Kruger National Park (the night before, in fact...) so didn't have a great deal of choice where I stayed. The first night I would be in a (large) tent (with electricity, even a fridge) at Letaba rest camp, the second night in a hut in Pretoriuskop camp. On the map it looked as though this would let me see a large segment of the park while driving between them.
Kruger is huge, though - ...
... The girls watched Tangled and listened to music...a day off for them! Risks and coffee for breakfast, and hot chocolate for the girls. I chilled, and chatted with Steve Harley about his Kruger trip. he is one serious Kruger addict! He's from the UK and is on his own in Kruger for 8 weeks - he's has had some amazing and rare sightings...sightings that South Africans spend a lifetime trying to achieve. He will happily sit still in his car for ...
Other places to stay in Kruger National Park
R40, Kapama Private Game Reserve, Kapama Private Game Reserve | 4 star hotelfrom $456
12 km from Paul Kruger Gate, 39 km from Phabeni Gate, Kruger National Park | 2 star hotelfrom $94
Imbali Concession, Kruger National Park | 4 star hotelfrom $563
51 km from Phalaborwa Gate, Kruger National Park | 2 star hotelfrom $64
Kruger National Park, P. O. Box 88, Skukuza 1350, Kruger National Park | Hotelfrom $1,309